Almost no pit-falls.
If a train is exiting the tail of the wye, while another train is exiting the return loop you could have the auto reverser confused.
Would also happen if the same train is traversing both endpoints.
On Feb 23, 2015, at 3:06 PM, lee.hanna60@... [WiringForDCC] <WiringForDCC@...> wrote:Yes, this is the classic reverse loop.
I basically understand how auto reversing circuits work. However in all the applications I have seen they are 1 power district of a booster with “one way in and one way out” (An eastbound train comes to the junction and could continue east, but instead backs around the tail of the wye (north) so it can then head back west. That north tail usually dead ends.
Now, what if the tail of the wye continues north and that track eventually connects to a track powered by another booster? Is that possible?Yes. The number of booster involved does not mater.Autoreverser are not limited to reverse loops. It can work on a “wye” as you have described.Autoreverser are use in ANY situation where the polarity of the rail must dynamically change.
Are there any pit-falls?No.